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May 1st, 2013
12:36 PM ET

Amanda Knox breaks her silence saying "I'm not a murderer"

For the first time, Amanda Knox, the American college student convicted of murdering her roommate is telling her side of the story.

Knox and her former boyfriend spent four years in an Italian prison before their convictions where thrown out in 2011.

But in a dramatic ruling last year Italy's high court threw out that decision and ordered a new trial.

Alina Cho is OutFront with Knox's attempt to set the record straight.


Filed under: Amanda Knox • News
March 26th, 2013
08:03 PM ET

Italy overturns Amanda Knox acquittal

Italy's Supreme Court wants Amanda Knox, the former American exchange student, to stand trial again for murder.

Knox spent four years in jail for the 2007 murder of her roommate – who prosecutors claim was killed after a drug fueled sex game gone wrong.

Amanda Knox vows to fight on as Italian judges order retrial in murder case

That verdict was overturned by an appeals court in 2011, and Knox returned home to the U.S.

So will Amanda Knox be heading back to Italy and jail?

OutFront tonight: Former prosecutor Wendy Murphy and criminal defense attorney Anne Bremner.


Filed under: Amanda Knox • Crime • International
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